911 vs A110: Inside the January 2019 issue of C&SC

| 6 Dec 2018

We’re getting 2019 off to a racy start with our latest issue – and our stunning cover stars are just the tip of the iceberg!

With a host of exciting head-to-heads, a ravishing devil from Sant’Agata, a heart-warming restoration tale and much more, not only is this another not-to-miss issue of Classic & Sports Car, it’s also the perfect stocking filler.

Our new issue is out now (in the UK) and you can get it here – and read on for a preview to whet your appetite!

Stage stars

As the brand-new A110 returns Alpine to the spotlight, we hit the road in the original and pit it against the all-conquering Porsche 911.

These heroic classics were both born out of passion and rewarded with success at the pinnacle of world rallying. Join us as we trace their respective histories and take them for a drive.

Plus, don’t miss our action-packed round-up of the cars’ achievements in rallies across the globe, from Monte-Carlo to Sweden and beyond.

On song

Be still our beating hearts...

It’s time to take things up a gear with this eye-popping Lamborghini Diablo SE30.

If the promise of V12 power and its violet metallic paint wasn’t enough, turn to page 126 of the January 2019 issue of C&SC to find out how this car is connected to jazz-funk band Jamiroquai.

Record rivals

Some debates just keep on rumbling... And MG vs Austin is doubtless one of those!

From page 134, meet this MG C-type Montlhéry Midget and Austin Seven Ulster TT for a step back to the 1930s when these two British greats were doing battle for Land Speed Records.

Two magnificent machines and their enthusiastic owners who can’t help but fight their cars’ corners – an irresistible combination.

Labours of love

Have you ever bought a car with the expectation of still owning it over 40 years later?

Well, quite, but this feature proves that one man’s love for his Capri is as strong as ever, despite the myriad challenges life – and his Ford – have thrown at him.

It’s the tale of an owner’s almost single-handed restoration of the classic he adores, and it’s a passion he loves to share with family and friends.

American affair

The Austin A90 Atlantic might not have lit up the US market it was conceived to wow, but it certainly found favour with British buyers.

Don’t think of it as a failure, says Martin Buckley, because the Atlantic is a rare classic – and a serious head-turner.

Join us from page 158 and prepare to be charmed by this pretty pairing.

So don’t miss the brand-new, January 2019 issue of C&SC.

It’s out now (in the UK) or you can buy it online here.

We hope you enjoy reading and wish you all the very best for 2019.